Too many women get comfortable when their husband starts making enough money to provide for them & their family... tell me something, what happens if your relationship doesn't work out in the long run..? What happens if something tragic occurs, & you're suddenly incurred with a mortgage & all of the bills that your man was once paying..? If there's one thing I can thank my parents for, it's the strong life lessons I learned at a young age... no matter HOW much money your man makes, you cannot *ever get too comfortable. You'd be wise to rid yourself of any false sense of entitlement. I know that my man is going to end up making a lot more money than me in the long run... but if he or anyone thinks that I'm ever going to just stop working, their fucking crazy. 🤣
I have always taken pride in the fact that I don't let people pay for my stuff. Oh, we're going to dinner? I'm paying for my food. We're going to the movies? I'm either paying for my ticket, or the snacks that we eat. You give me a ride somewhere? Guess who's getting $20 for gas even though it was just 2-3 miles up the road..?
Travel & excursions? ME.
Cosmetic surgery? ME.
Invisible Braces? ME.
My wardrobe? ME.
If anything, my pride is something that *I need to work on... I love to help, but I'm incapable of asking for help- even though I could be in trouble & I really need it- but I refuse to open my mouth & eventually find a way to resolve the issue... I love to give, but I hate to receive. I love being generous, but I can't stand when someone tries extending that same generosity to me, because I don't like to feel like I "owe" anyone anything... I *know I have things to work on. Ya know what tho? I'd rather have excessive pride, or struggle for the rest of my life, rather than depend on anyone other than myself for my own survival. I refuse to adopt any sense of entitlement just because I "look pretty" or "chose the right husband" 😂🖕 I'd honestly rather die... as long as I have my health, I'm working. 😘🤗